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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

2i rnlziiELECRIC- TBLlEiaiAPH']' I I niun?:oull"owir comniESrONw NT..) SMELBOURNhE','4 .. WesdensdasyNiglit. ia;7William H`;'Mti\ er nr an l accom plished forger, 'who is. stated to haive obtained his. liviig, when not in 'gal, during the past tenr years' by 'passing valueless : cheques, was arrested tlis morning ohn ia, charge of forging ahd tuttering cheques ,,purporting 'to be signed by-five of thie leading- trades people ilnCastlemaine:.; Prisoner toiok the , cheques a day or. two ago, to. the Enilish, Scottishl aind Australian Chiar to?ed Baink, M bel ourne, and paid them in;, stating ,that he iwished to open an account;'! Ohneeof; thi .cheque's'wvas 'for ;200, 'id'l' ' lie reiiainder, for amounts uiider d1.0,TiTlie: signatures were so good ithlt he bailk necepted tle cheques withoutt: hesitationt, but` fortunately. it wais'found.that iine ;of tliercleqbes was iad anidiid i riiquis , 'ru tlieni institutdd wilic rled 'toathl ,discovery;:oif. all the forgeries ii iMaunduer 'alled...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. Freight on Wool.-Flonm Sale to 3elbourne 6s per bale not over 4 cwt. Leases in Arrear.-Bairnsdale district : R. Alexander, Maramingo;. W. C. Baudinet, Bairnsdale; James Boyd, Wy Yung; Thos. Barnett, Coongulmerang. The list of lessees who are in arrears inl the Bairlsdale district are publistedl. Applicatidoi foir Lidcense Approved: .\\ . C. Watt, Necnerella.- ; Transfer of 'Leases legistered: -F. 'C. Woodward, 60a, Taiibo, 'to Jao. W. orland; Willinam Coffey, O1a, Cobungrn; to ''A . Chaincey ::. " Coinmsttee of Management of a Reserve. The following gentlemen are gazetted nas a committee oi management of, a; reserve, for racing purposes at Bairnsdale :.-Daniel Davis, Alexander Smith, John CalvertJohn Ii. Besloeyand David It. Hillt. Fislheries Act. -:- Lake :Tyer hans - been gnzetted as closed nagainst netting." From the stnt-March to the 81st August in ench'year, both days inclostvdis the period fxedl asthn close season for English trout.: - .

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR IN EGYPT. [AGE CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

tflj WARl IN EGYPTIV - LASE dAniesuEka;u tl ibo? ; August 27. .,..fter the toptlire of Ilamses; Garnet Wolseley lost no time in continuing his advance, and is now rapidly approaching Tel-El-Keber, where the Egyptians are strongly entrenched. His object is to strike a decisive blow before the enemy receives further reinforcements.-Rein 'forcements are pouring into the Egyptian camp at Tel-El-Kebcr, and every effort is being made by Arabi's officers to ren der,,their position secure. The enemy far outnumber the British" troops, which a''advanciing iunder Sir Garnet Wol seley.-Everythino !points to the nearing of a general engagement in the vicidity of Tel-El !Kber. The troops under Sir Gareiot Wolseley' are elated with the success which has already attended thieir armns: lThey are confident of `securing another victory at .Tel-El Kebir.-Arabi Pasha has started from Kafradaur inj an armouriplnted train for Tel-El -Kebij to takoe command 'of the Egyptian fofaces there.-Sir Garnet Wolsel...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE SHIRE MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, SHIRE MANAGEMENT; TO TiE EDITOR OF TIHE AibYERTISER; Sir,-The motion that is to be sibmitted by Cr. Goold to the Bairnsdale Shire Coun cil to-morrow (Thursday) to sever the com bined offices of rate collector and secretary is one that, I trust, will be debated on its merits. On the hustings and in the press it has already been pretty fully discussed, and while I an free to admit that the Adrerliser, under the circumstances, has dealt fairly with the question, and spoken its honest convictions, yet I incline to the belief tlhat were all the facts of the case known to you, or were you in possession of that reliable data which the advocates of the proposed change may have, but have not yet made public, you would, I an sure, like myself, rather probe the matter alittle deeper than pronounce decisively offhand one way or the other. You have before now called attention to the evils arising from one man holding a multiplicity of offices, and this is one phase of th...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

'•. ,il(. lrtliiiI' & Co., CATTLE SALESMEN, GovrcnIent lle ntiollneers. Valuators and Arbitr.ators. Mining and .Money' Brokers, A.D GENERAL COM)?lISSION AGENTS. AI UCTION SALES of CATTLE, .fA HORSES, Plc.S, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every ::.-"'HRDAT at our Yards in M~'illan-street, iBAtSnDAL-, at autnra?w the last Thursday in each month, and at SAL., DMAFFRA and STarrPORD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash priceeds_ paid over immediately sales are concluded. Onr Agent at, Bruthen. is Mr. John Ar. hibald. NSYS UAL' " .orse .Paade. OUR ANNUAL HORSE PARADE of Blood and Drannht Entires, Broad 2tare , r and the Progeny of same, will be held at our Sale Tasrd in Bairnsdlae on Saturday, 2ntd September, .At 11 n.m. sharp. . Owners will please forward to our office the names, naes. pedigrees, and districts in which the stallions are to serve, in order that a correct list may be prepared before the uho' day. A. MACARTHUR & CO., - Auctioneers and Cattle ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

. Bairnsdale Cl)b Hotel BAIRNSDALE. "oHIS superior Hotel affords superio . accommodation for Tourists, Commer cial'gentlemen and Families. Visitgrs tc • t theLa''kes ann be sure of every convenience Sample Rooss.' Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. '?Tines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor ' (ate:of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Cosnveyances. S . COBB. AND CO.'S ,Royal Mail Coaches. SEAVEE Daggan's Hotel, Bairnsd?leo for , Sale nat 10 n.m. daily, Sunday cxoepted: ': "! Rturni fare, 15e. i - T. DDIvJaA., Agent. S" -:.ROBE TSO1. WAGNER & CO.. SOReilly s TelegraphLine of : Coaches, Rsipe g isn cnniectiees citlc ColaS s< Co T'?I.E AVEthe booking il ce; Batt'.Hotel, : .'BAIrNsSDALoE,:for IBRUTHEN -ndlin. termediate places:daily, Saturdays'and Sun ; , days eecepted;'ht 8 p.m.ion maTival of. corob S: fremSale. OnG Sundays at 10a.m. Fare Ls return, 8s0:" n i t i ": .,:c : n {; :The alboveline.rave.! the boo...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

TIlE PLOUGIIING '¶IATCII. The annual ploughing match under the auspices of the Bairnadale Pastoral and Agricultural Society will take place to-day at Broadlands, on ground kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. J. A. Taylor. As the entries have not yet closed, we are not in a position to tell the numerical strength of the competitors, but we believe there will he many yeomen at work. Th'e butinsa people of the town have not yet signiflo4 their intention of closing at noon, but they are always so generoi?s on such public oc casions that twe doubt not but that "fast holiday"' trill be observed during the after noon. The cup was won by Mr. Miller last year, so that should he again be the suc cessful contestant the trophy will become his absolute property. Mr. Bates hLos, to use a sporting phrase, "one leg in" for the plough, and if he wins the first prize in class A this time, the plough-a valuable implement most liberally given for compe tition by Mr. J. C. Dahlsen--will become his prope...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, August 31, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

The Adcvertiser:. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURsDAY AND SATURDAY MORNINO. - Bairnsdale. Thursday, August 31. 1882. \VHE the obnoxious 44th section of the Licensing Act, which provides for the proclamation of any district a special licensing area, was first introduced, it met with considerable opposition both in the Parliament and press of the colony. At that time, however, the most strenuous opponents to the section did not perceive the full extent to which it could be stretched, the gateway it opened to cor ruption and the exercise of secret'and personal influence, or the pernicious re sults which would follow its passing into lai. Since the net has been in force, however, the serious effects of this section have from time to time been made ap parent, secret influences at work have been exposed, and even Ministers- have been accused in Parliament with having attempted in a venal manner to override the expressed wishes of ratepayers, and to set aside the decision of licensing magist...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 31 August 1882

funeral notice. THE friends of the late JOHN CAHILL   are respectfully invited to follow his remains to their last resting place, the Bairns- dale General Cemetery. The funeral is ap- pointed to move from his late residence, Macleod-street, Bairnsdale, THIS DAY at 4 o'clock p.m. The brethren of the Loyal Mitchell Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F., will please accept the above intimation. By order, Bro. W. B. GILES, Undertaker.

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CUNNINGHAME, Friday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

CUNNING JIAME, S - Friday, Selitember 1. The ketch Abstainer, after loading a full cargo here, crossed the bar outward yesterday in tow, bound to Mollonrne. The two chaininels over the bar are still good, having at least 7?ft..in the shallowest part. Hopes are entertained of launching the schooner Glengarry to-day. The weather coutinues fine, with northerly winds off the land. On perusal of our advertising columns, our subscribers Will find a notification from the Commercial Union Assurance Comliany, (a powerfal Eng lish institution possessing an influential Melbourne board) in. which they notify having given notice of withdrawal from the tariff combination now existing in this colony between all insurance offices. It will be seen that the Commercial Union by so doing will benefit the insuring publio generally, and should receive ample recognition for their action in this matter.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, Septemlbr 1. - Messrs. English, Peek and Co. re port;-Fat Cattle.-Very limited supply and nothing good forward. Bullocks, from £7 15s to £8 10s; cowsn, firont £5 lOs to £6 12s Gd. Stores.-Bullocks, from £5 Ss to £5 Ss; cows, £8 5s. Market firm, and prices better than last week for quality of stock forward. Messrs. A. M'Lenn and Co. report -Light supply of fat and fair supply of stores forward; biddings brisk, and prices showed an upward tendency. We sold iniferior fat rcattle, lbullocks to £8 7s Gil ; cows. to £6 12s 6(d ; store bul locks, to £5 17s ; cows, to £3 ; coolers, £1 8s ; primoe fat sheep, at £1- Os.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE WAR IN EGYPT. [AGE CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, August, 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

THilE WAl IN EGYPI'T. [Aor e^niIeORAnr,] LoTiioN , AUigust 29. The position fnite?l dti by the British forces under Sir Garnet Wvolseley it Kassaroin Lack has been attacked by the Egyptians. Arabi Pasha commanded in person, and had massed a strong body of troops. The lighting commenced late on Monday afternoon, and was continued with vigor until after nightfall. Al though the Egyptians greatly outnum bored the force under Sir Garnet Wol seloy's command, they were unable to dislodge the Britishl. Several desparate attempts were made to force the British from their position, and Arabi Pusha's troops fought with great determination, but they were eventually driven back in disorder. The losses on both sides are heavy, but the enemy suftercd most, having 400 killed. A large quantity of ammunition and arms of all descriptions fell into the hands of the English troops. The English killed and wounded of all ranks number 120 men.-The troops despatched from India under the com ,nand of Major-...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE WORRANT FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

OIIIGINAL CORUIESPOND)ENCE. THIE WORRAtNT F~UND, TO THE~ OtItTiit 00 TilE .I1IVI~rl 21. Sir,- \s I a(11 t,'avto this dititrict, I Irish thriough your ~iatoobto cootioioi to toiotor miy hoairfoltt thaiuts to itho hiottoo m ((U1 tm ttoowcu who 1iivi'0 so hirtoidt thioaiootos Ini mii tIotiiif, aod who hilLvo is ktiohty iii. oh1toil 100 iii thio hoar of my oioh oitlioiiou, op~ohitattithlao to thio ('osottoos of tr-o. toitorsoo, of hholiriootot, ando ytooo-.Ebggor+. fot ii' 0 'ih'io'omt'm l shll 001 1iittioss. tilto. t1tovoitoos yoo hasio ma" ot m ~y iitito'00 lilt1 rour straoly of s~siiiii00 bring~ of' fordlot loo,-t 1111 griioothvty tt2At IINt lt1N'` to t'`igho 111 It hmily 111ihss thoui1 ito01tosiot 1'1 II 11iii litt F~iitts il1rl ftuitt1 loo lo Is 'i~ttii 'oh lismt outhi`lotiti to 'tto iuioti

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

Latest Intelligence. fBiv EucrdRC TELEGRAm!H (Cno, oUR OWu i CORwEcissODEoN"r.) MELBOURNE, . Friday Night. Another case of systomatic pilfering from a warehouse by employds has been discovered. Two men named Peacock and -Martin, employed as stareman and engineer respectively, by the firm of Messrs. Robertson Bros., importing engineers, Flinders-street, were arrested to-day on a charge of stealing a large qiautity of goods from the store. The charge against O'Farrell fr shooting at Archbishop Geold on the 21st. August, with intent to murder, was heard at the Brighton court to-day. The archbishop, who was acncommodated with a chair, narrated the circumstances nf his meeting the prisoner oi the after inonn of the occurrence, as hl (the arch bishop) was walkiig in from his resi dence, and the prisoner knelt down at his approach, and when the archbishop passed him he orisd out, Pay ma the imnoiy yoti owe ine." He then fired two shots, nie of which struck the arch thiship on the forefinge...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. [ARGUS AND AGE TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

EUROPEAN ITEIMS. [AIOGUS AND AGE TELEGRA5MS.] LOnDOoe, August 80. His Royal Highness the Duke of Albany (Prince Leopold) is suffering from a severe attack of hemnrrhage. All his public engagements have been cnn coelled. The Zulu chiefs that were set up over the country by the British Government, have massacred the native ehiettain Senco coeni and nimany of his followers. Palmer, the cricketer, is still suffering ftom the effects of a kick which he re ceived in the groin, and which prevented him from playing against the All Eng land Eleven. -

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MELBOURNE STATION PRIODUUCE MARKEIT. Wednesday, August S0. TooE N£Ew ZEALAND LOAN AND |MEi. OANTILE AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED Co port : S-hec pskins.-Lamb skins, 2a to 2s 7,d each; butchers' skins, 4s lid to Cs 9d do; dry skins, as to Its do: station skins, in bales, 41d to 7d per lb. llidaes,-Prlo.i --Green ox hides, Isa to SOs each ; cren cow hides, up to lid per lb; calt sktus, ad to Sid do; New Zealand bides, up to 44 Ind tip bides, 2d to Sd do ; Vlctorlau salted hhdes, Sdd to ,ltd do a do extra hearvy, np to 4t1 do, Leosther.-Crp?, hea'y, up to 13d per lbI ero~p, light S4 to 9ld lo; kip, ltIs to Is Ad do raunners, Is 1t to it lti d o calf, 2s to :S 194 do; w\axed kangaroo, Ia tid to 8a Si1 doa; hmawnt, lta I' to 9S 84 d n; wallato., ?s to 9.s ,1 do ; black hariness, 124 to 144 dtlna brown harnos, tip to Its id ir shio t sills, its to Sts l' r dos,, or 'd to 184 III lb talih tanned kaupaoaoo, Is to to 141 per 11'. #anpaa o Skties, &t0,-We tote 1-Fa-o trno, 41 to ati l ta It...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

SPORTING NOTES. (lBe AnatIMIasa.) There was a great slaughter of hares the other dany at lindennow, Messrs Jones, R. James, and II. litherts shooting int a feow hours no fewer thon ai. 'Ir. James also secured a snipe, awtd I also learns that on 1Vedeasdai Messrs. Duggat and lIutig sh, t eouplo of brace of asnipo, The drawing for the hurdlerae meare Alma will I learn, positively takes plaoe to.night. The list has tilled, so that there will bhe o?o delay in deciting who is to le the future oeaur of this good asimal. 'The er' is still they route, aol the studtnsaters of the locality are making kteewn their arrangements thv the seaso, A large tutttt r of torses have already mltt their hit thr patrotutar, mod in the ourse of a dayr or two I Shull review ti. list at ritts1. the North (i itpshtatttt tttsittg hthtt have vaehsdeld a v'ery stwresslts soasott and I am sure I must congratulate the fretrtlry and the club generally on haer. ing sicceeded in carrying oiut fodi l?ieet legs. The one...

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MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Tuesday, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MELBOUItRE 11011E MARKET. Tuesday, August 29. Messrs. CAMPBELL, PRATT and Co. (late M'Culloch, Campbell and Co.) report : After the bustle and excitement of tihe past annual sales of entires, etc., business has settled down to its everyday course, and the market has presented a dtull aspect. Never theles?, if a suitablte suaply of fresh horses had been available, good trade could have been transacted, as buyers are ready to pur chase serviceable stock. In well-trained saddle and harness horses we have sold several pairs from 70 guineas to 100 guineas; upstandsng hackneys and buggy sorts, £21 to £86. Omnibus and coaching colts very scarce, sold from £14 to £22. hieavy draughts for the past week have been poorly repre sented, only a few being, entered, and sales effected from £30 to £34. We also sold out side one lot of draught mares, their destina tion being the Upper Darling.

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ANNUAL HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

ANNUAL HORSE PARADE. The annual parade of thoroughbred and draught stallions annually con ducted by Messrs. A. Macarthur and Co., will be held to-day, and doubtless will eclipse any of the previous ones. There will be new importations in the ranks of stud horses, and we shall also see many old equine acquaintances. The firm generously give prizes for the best conditioned horse, best groomed horse, for the best set entire horse tackle, and for the best kept tackle, which should induce all who have the care of the stud horses to bring their charges to the parade in good condition and well groomed. After the show the firm will submit some valuable horses to public competition. They will offer for Mr. Shiels, of Manaro, Actheon, a fine bay horse by that splendid sire Yattendon, whose descendants have proved so suc cessful in all the chief events:of the Australian turf, the dclam of Acton being Startled Fawn by Counterfeit, dam Julia, hy Clarence out of Miss Florence by Satellite (Arab),...

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LOCAL LAW CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

LOCAL LAW CASE. The suit of ilaywart v. Martin was com reneteed in the Equity Court, M?elbourne, on Wednesday, before Mr. Justice 31oleswortht. The plaintitff, Mr. John Hayward, seeks to be allowed to redeem a mortgage which he gave in 1877 over the Cassilis station, near Omeo, Gippsland, to the defensdant, M11r. Audrew Martin. The mortgage was for £4000, at 10 percent., and was to be repaid in a year. It was not laid at thu time appointed, but the interest was paid till ,huly, 1880, when the defendaont took possession of the station, andt has since remnained in oeenteation of it, and has worked it. The plaintiff alleges that he has asked for accounts of what was due by him, so that he might redeem, but that the aecounts were refused, and he farther alleges that the station has beent negligently mansaged, and therefore that the detfendant is answer-. able for any loss owsing to deterioration in the value of the lproperty. For the defendant it is denied that there was airy loss susta...

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